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Another defendant in the case was sentenced to five and a half years and a fine of EGP 20,000 for disrupting the constitutional referendum.
Basmah bint Mubarak bin Said Al Kyoumiyah, born in the Kingdom of Bahrain in 1984 and working as a legal advisor, was sentenced to one-year imprisonment for crowding with the intention of creating riot and disrupting traffic movement;
It also identifies 43 endocrine disrupting pesticides based on existing literature (since there are no specific criteria defining ED chemicals at European level).
Iranian Mohammed Qassim Ghalloum was sentenced to two years' imprisonment for taking part in illegal assemblies in public areas, committing a number of crimes and disrupting public security in front of Al Safriya Palace and the GCC (Pearl) Roundabout.
Obeysekere said workers continued to disrupt work on estates, disrupting supplies of water and electricity, apart from obstructing the movement of made tea.
Heavy fog blanketed Beijing, Shanghai and other parts of north and east-central China for a second day on Tuesday, worsening air pollution in the capital and disrupting air and highway travel across the region.
The pollutant can disrupt thyroid-hormone synthesis thereby disrupting the growth and development of fetuses and young children.
Four leaders of a disaffected city union were arrested Tuesday for disrupting the City Council's meeting during a massive demonstration protesting the lack of progress in contract negotiations.
17, disrupting an aircraft guidance system at Tokyo's Haneda airport and causing delays to commercial flights.
In the United States, urban geeks are disrupting telecommunication-company plans and creating free, citywide wireless networks by making their Internet connections accessible without charge (see "The Broadband Militia," by Michael Behar, March).
In addition to disrupting the endocrine systems of animals by mimicking natural hormones, these chemicals--including the pesticides DDT and methyl parathion--are disrupting the Earth's flow of nitrogen (nitrogen is a crucial plant nutrient and is essential for protein synthesis by animals).
Burn corporations are shell corporations created using fictitious names and addresses for the purpose of disrupting a paper (or electronic) trail that would identify the beneficiary of an illicit financial transaction.
Carbendazim, the most common fungicide in the UK, is suspected of disrupting human hormone systems.
As you can see, it combines the 4 best elements of the pressure game with the benefits of zone coverage -- thus disrupting the timing of the plays while: (1) furnishing the security of the deep zone coverage, (2) enabling you to destroy blocking schemes while (3) retaining the benefits of the run support provided by zone coverage.